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Double free error (new thread)
#1
Hi,

Intended or not ? Genres are weirdly displayed, not really alphabetical order…

What did I expect ? All the genres listed alphabetically

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( ubuntu 16.04 )

[Edited on 9-10-2016 by Lucio Carreras]
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#2
Yes, that looks weird. The intention of the tree was like:
Classic Rock and Stoner Rock are subgenres of Rock. So the genres containing \"Rock\" are considered as children of Rock. Basically it\'s a substring match sorting. You have some MP3 files with the Genre \"O\" and the Genre \"F\". So Pop is considered as a subgenre of \"O\" and Funk is considered a subgenre of \"F\".

That\'s not good. I haven\'t thought about those cases. I will include a few options.

- Genres with less than 3 letters cannot be a parent genre
- Toggle Tree View / List View
- Right click on genre -> \"Remove Genre\", which will remove this genre from all audio files

Here\'s an image with the intention behind it Smile


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#3
Now I understand better what is the intention, nice idea.

But I\'m 100% sure I have no file with O, B, or F as genre… trusting other music players ( rhythmbox, banshee ).

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Got it !

There is a genre « B.O.F » which stands for Bande Originale de Films, french for Original Sound Tracks O.S.T.

Caps or dots may be the breaker ?
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#4
You are right: Splitters are: Comma, slash, semi colon and points. On my todo list now
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#5
Fixed. Available in the next version
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#6
New version is out
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#7
Can\'t see any difference - 0.9.2-0ppa6-xenial1
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#8
Please reload the library. Deep scan.
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#9
Indeed, perfect !

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Probably not related, closing Sayonara triggers apport bug report :
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[Edited on 9-10-2016 by Coeur Noir]
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#10
Damn! Not good. If it happens next time, can you send me the complete stack trace? Is it reproduceable?
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